In Memoriam : David Taylor

David Taylor David Robert Taylor - age: 57
(April 08, 1955 to June 02, 2012 )
Resident of Waterboro, Maine

Visitation Information:
Visiting hours will be held this Thursday, June 7, from 4-6 PM, followed by a 6 PM funeral service at the Hollis Center Baptist Church, 388 Hollis Rd/Rt. 202 in Hollis Center. Pastor Ron Sargent will officiate. A private burial service will be held at a later date at Meeting House Hill Cemetery in Hollis. Arrangements are with Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home - Buxton

Obituary:
WATERBORO- David Robert Taylor, age 57, passed away unexpectedly on June 2, 2012 at his residence in Waterboro.
He was born in Biddeford, Maine on April 8, 1955, a son of Robert and Natalie (Tibbetts) Taylor.
David graduated from Thornton Academy in 1973 and went on to work for companies such as Bentley’s, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, and 25 years for Dayton Sand and Gravel- many of those years as a supervisor.
Dave was a Harley Davidson enthusiast and enjoyed riding any opportunity he could; however, spending time with his beloved family was what he enjoyed best. Dave was also civic minded and was a member of the Goodwins Mills Fire Department.
He is predeceased by his father and a brother- Paul Taylor.
Dave leaves behind his wife- Stacey Taylor; sons- Adam, Isaac, Ronnie and Alex Taylor; daughters- Angie and Nicole Taylor; first wife- Elaine Taylor; mother- Natalie Taylor Wheelock; brothers- Jimmy and Tom Taylor; sisters- Cindy Taylor Trudgian, Margie Taylor, and Becky Taylor Vandermeer; three grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; co-workers and dear friends.
Visiting hours will be held this Thursday, June 7, from 4-6 PM, followed by a 6 PM funeral service at the Hollis Center Baptist Church, 388 Hollis Rd/Rt. 202 in Hollis Center. Pastor Ron Sargent will officiate. A private burial service will be held at a later date at Meeting House Hill Cemetery in Hollis. Arrangements are with Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home - Buxton. Online condolence messages can be submitted at
www.DCPate.com.
In lieu of flowers, Dave’s family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the Goodwins Mills Fireman's Relief Fund, 481 Goodwins Mills Rd., Lyman , Maine 04002








Lorne Trudgian - June 4, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
My Dear Family in Maine, It is with deepest heartfelt sympathy that I write this memorial tribute to my dear brother-in-law David and his family. As the husband of David's sister Cindy (Taylor) I have had the priviledge of knowing David the past 35+ years. My memory goes back to the first time I met David. He was riding a Harley just like his brother Paul and I thought to myself, "What a cool guy!" In the years that followed I looked up to him and made sure I behaved myself around his younger sister for fear if I didn't he might put a hurtin on me! Just kidding. David was not a man of many words. He kept alot of his thought and feelings to himself. But I will always remember him for big blue eyes, rosy cheeks, a cool "Kenny Rodgers beard", his quiet laugh, love of motorcycles and being a hard worker at the Dayton Sand and Gravel. I'm not sure of David's relationship with Jesus Christ. But I'm hoping that being raised in a fine Christian home that he made a profession of faith as a young boy or teen in one of the church's children's or youth programs. To David's family, even though I cannot be with you in presence during these difficult days please know and be assured of my thoughts and especially prayers for God's presence, strength and comfort. I look forward and hold on to the future day of seeing my dear brother-in-law again in Glory. If there are motorcyles in heaven, which there isn't, I know he'll be there to pick me up at Heaven's entrance. God bless you David. I am endebted to you for your love and friendship, Your brother in Christ, Lorne Trudgian



Angela Caton - June 4, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
I have known Paul/Dave Taylor my whole life. My moms Kimberly M.Elwell and she grew up in Dayton n that's how I met these 2 brothers. And I'll never Paul nor Dave! When I was little we usto go to there old farm house n barn on route#5 In Dayton & I always usto play in the barn n climb upon all the bails of hay. Dave always Had a big bear hug n a smile for me n he would always take time to ask me how you doing n he was just such a gentle caring nice guy. Just this past last year n this one here I'd see him all the time either driving down route#5 or 202 or I'd see him at D&H store or ESP at Hawg Heaven after work having a beer. I am still in shock over this god I'd just seen him June 1st Friday wh my dad at D&H store n he looked great considering he'd just had heart attack n stint put in couple weeks prior n he said he was going back to work Monday at Dayton Sand on light duty & dr told him ride your bike just take it easy he showed me his nitro meds just incase he said but he said he felt allright. I gave him a hug then he got out of truck n gave me a huge bear hug n boy I knew that bear hug he gave me was his way saying I love you,kid & my dad n him talked n laughed n then I gave him 1 more hug n said I' gotta go dads ready to go I ll see yah later n he went in store&now here I am writing this condolence I can not believe this I am so deeply saddend by this:( I will miss you Dave Taylor... To the family & friends I am so sorry for your loss:( he surely will be missed by all who knew him.God Bless>333'



Bruce Rossborough - June 5, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
To the Taylor Family it was my pleasure to know and work with Dave at Bentleys and also to grow up with him and play Basketball for the church groups and spend alot of times on Bike rides for different charities. He will be greatly missed and I am so sorry for your loss A Brother always Bruce Rossborough



    
 





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